Alys Conran and Niall Griffiths are among writers shortlisted for the Wales Book of the Year award, which includes a new category for children's books for... Read more
Caroline Wright has praised the education publishing sector for "adapting since day one" to support schools and students learning from home during the coronavirus lockdown. ... Read more
This year's top summer reads according to indie booksellers have been revealed, with Bernardine Evaristo, Lara Maiklem, Sophie Anderson and Chris Haughton named as winners of... Read more
Adam Stower has become the second person to win the Alligator's Mouth Award for illustrated fiction.
Lemn Sissay, Ian Rankin and Tahmima Anam are to lead Bradford Literature Festival, as this year's digital edition releases new events on a daily basis to... Read more
This year's Polari Prize longlist sees titles from Jeanette Winterson, Dustin Lance Black and Joseph O'Connor in the running for the £2,000 award.
This year's Bloody Scotland Debut Crime Book of the year shortlist and McIlvanney Prize longlist have been revealed, with author Francine Toon up for both... Read more
The shortlists for this year's Telegraph Sports Book Awards have been revealed, with titles from England Rugby coach Eddie Jones and British Lions coach Warren Gatland jostling for... Read more
Audible has appointed Brad Schwartz as chief content officer as it aims to expand audio production.
Hay Festival and Mexico's Guadalajara Book Fair have been jointly awarded the 2020 Princess of Asturias Award for communication and humanities.
Hamnet author Maggie O'Farrell, How I Live Now writer Meg Rosoff and Waterstones children's laureate Cressida Cowell will feature during Independent Bookshop Week, online for... Read more
Penguin Random House Audio is bringing together wellbeing experts, including fitness author Chloe Madeley and performance coach Sara Milne Rowe, in a new audio anthology, The Here and Now.... Read more
Crime fiction writers, including Lee Child, Martina Cole and Ian Rankin, are participating in an online festival to raise money for the food bank charity Trussel... Read more
A survey conducted by the Reading Agency has found that children across the UK look to social media influencers and YouTube to find inspiration for... Read more
Jonny Geller has warned that publishers must adapt creatively now to remain "relevant" in the near future.
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Friday, July 3 2020
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